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Broadcasting from the VOA News Center in Washington, I am John David Chadwick.

 

Saudi Arabian says it's ready to pump more crude oil in a bid to stabilize prices that have been hitting record highs. The Saudi deputy oil minister says Riyadh is prepared to meet the demands of its customers. His comments Saturday came a day before the world's major oil producers and consumers are together in Saudi Arabia for talks on the dramatic rise in crude oil prices. Saudi Arabia called for Sunday's meeting in Jeddah to address an energy crisis that has caused social and economic turmoil around the world. The Saudis are expected to formally announce plans at the meeting to increase oil production by 200,000 barrels a day in July.

 

U.S.-based oil company Chevron says unidentified assailants have attacked one of its key oil supply pipelines in southern Nigeria, forcing a shutdown in crude production. Nigerian military officials say the attack took place late Thursday. Chevron confirmed the attack in a statement, saying it shut off its onshore production following the pipeline breach to protect the environment.

 

President George Bush blamed Congressional Democrats for the nation's energy problems and called on lawmakers to lift the ban on offshore oil drilling to increase energy production. During his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush called on Congress to allow access to key offshore oil sites where it banned drilling in the early 1980s. And he urged lawmakers to lift the ban and give the states the option of opening up their waters to drilling. "Americans are concerned about the high prices of gasoline. Everyone who commutes to work, purchases food, ships a product and takes a family vacation feels the burden of higher prices at the pump. Families across our country are looking to the Washington for a response. The fundamental problem behind high gas prices is that the supply of oil has not been kept up with the rising demand across the world. One obvious solution is for America to increase our domestic oil production."  Mr. Bush said Democrats are blocking energy proposals that would increase energy production and then ease the burden of high energy costs struck in American families. Democratic lawmaker Nick Rahall said the president is rallying behind the oil industry by pushing for more exploration on Federal land including coastal areas. Rahall said President Bush's proposals will not bring the type of relief that Americans deserve.

 

A court in Zimbabwe has overturned the police ban on a rally by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change ahead of next week’s presidential runoff election. The rally is the opposition's main event before the June 27th runoff between MDC leader Morgan Tvsangirai and President Robert Mugabe.

 

A series of roadside bombings have killed at least 5 foreign troops throughout Afghanistan, capping a violent week in the war-torn nation. Tension has mounted between Afghanistan and Pakistan in the last week after Afghan President Hamid Karzai threatened to send troops into Pakistan to fight Taliban militants.

 

Iraqi police say a car bombing attack has killed three people, wounded at least ten in western Baghdad. Meanwhile, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki told sheikhs assembled in Karbala that improved security in the nation has prompted many companies to seek out investment opportunities in Iraq. VOA's Suzanne Presto has that story.

 

Prime Minister Maliki thanked the sheikhs for their support of Iraqi-led military operations throughout the country, including the current offensive to stop arms smugglers and militants in the southeastern city of Amarah. Mr. Maliki said the support shows that tribal leaders are putting the needs of Iraq as a nation ahead of their own personal desires. The prime minister said security gains have lured investors back to Iraq. He emphasized that many companies are approaching the government in Baghdad to secure construction, electricity and oil contracts. He said these companies, especially those in the oil sector, had avoided investing in Iraq in recent years because of conflict and instability. Mr. Maliki said the government has granted 35 licenses to various oil companies that want to do business in Iraq because they demonstrated a belief in the secure future of the nation. Suzanne Presto, VOA news, Irbil.

 

The U.S. government plans to warn 7,000 businesses in the Untied States that they are considered high risk of terrorist targets because they house large amounts of chemicals. The Department of Homeland security said that, for security reasons, they will not reveal the list of businesses. But they include chemical plants, universities, hospitals and oil and gas production sites. The agency compiled the list after reviewing the information from about 32,000 facilities nationwide.

 

That's a look at the news of this hour. You get more any time if you have access to the internet. More news on the internet at voanews.com. I am John David Chadwick, VOA News.

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Saudi Arabian says it tried to pump more crude oil in a bid to stabilize prices that have been a record high. The Saudi deputy oil minister says it's already prepared to meet demands of its customers. These comments Saturday came a day before the world's major oil producers and consumers are together in Saudi Arabia for talks on a dramatic rise in crude oil prices. Saudi Arabia called for Sunday's meeting in  Jeddah  to address an energy crisis that has caused social and economic turmoil around the world. The Saudis are expected to formally announce a plan at the meeting to increase oil production by 200,000 barrels a day in July.

 

U.S.-based oil company Chevro says unidentified  assailants have attacked one of its key oil supply pipelines in southern Nigeria, forcing a shutdown in crude production. Nigerian military officials say the attack took place late Thursday. Chevro confirmed the attack in a statement, saying it's shut off its onshore production following the pipeline breach to protect the environment.

 

President George Bush blamed Congressional Democrats for the nation's energy problems and called on lawmakers to lift the ban on offshore oil drilling to increase energy production. During his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush called on Congress to allow access to key offshore oil sites of earth banned drilling in the early 1980's. And he urged lawmakers to lift the ban to give the states the options of opening up the water to drilling. "Americans are concerned about the high prices of gasoline. Everyone who commutes to work, purchases  food, ships a product and takes a family vacation feels the burden of higher prices at the pump. Families across the country are looking into the Washington for a response. The fundamental problem behind high gas prices is that the supply of oil has not been kept up with the rising demands across the world. One obvious solution is for America to increase our domestic oil production."  Mr. Bush said Democrats are blocking energy proposals that would increase energy production and ease the burden of high energy costs struck in American families. Democratic lawmaker Nick Rahall said the president is  rallying behind the oil industry by pushing promotion exploration on Federal land including coastal areas. Rahall said President Bush's proposals will not bring the type of relief that Americans deserve.

 

A court In Zimbabwe has overturned the police ban on a rally by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change ahead of the presidential runoff election. The rally is the opposition's main event before the June 27th runoff between MDC leader Morgan Tvsangirai and President Robert Mugabe.

 

A series of roadside bombings are said to have killed at least 5 foreign troops through Afghanistan, capping a violent week in a war-torn nation. Tension has mounted between Afghanistan and Pakistan in the last week after Afghan President Hamid Karzai threatened to send troops into Pakistan to fight Taliban militants.

 

Iraqi police say a car bombing attack has killed three people and wounded at least ten in western Baghdad. Meanwhile, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki told sheikhs assembled in Karbala  that improved security in the nation has prompted many companies to seek out investment opportunities in Iraq. VOA's Suzanne Presto has that story.

 

Prime Minister Maliki thanked the sheikhs for their support of Iraqi-led military operations throughout the country, including the current offensive to stop arms smugglers and militants in the southeastern city of Amarah. Mr. Malki said the support shows that tribal leaders are putting the needs of Iraq as a nation ahead of their own personal desires. The prime minister said security gains have lured investors back to Iraq. He emphasized that many companies are approaching the government in Baghdad to secure construction, electricity and oil contracts. He said these companies, especially those in the oil sector, had avoided investing in Iraq in recent years because of conflict and instability. Mr. Maliki said the government has granted 35 licenses to various oil companies that want to do business in Iraq because they demonstrated a belief in the secure future of the nation. Suzanne Presto, VOA news, Irbil.

 

The U.S. government plans to warn  7,000 businesses of the Untied States that they are considered high risk of terrorist targets because they house large amounts of chemicals. The Department of Homeland security said that for security reasons, They will not reveal the list of businesses. But they include chemical plants, universities, hospitals and oil and gas production sites. The agency compiled the list after reviewing the information from about 32000 facilities nationwide.

 

That's the look at the news of this hour. You get more any time if you have access to the internet. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Broadcasting from the VOA News Center in Washington, I am John David Chadwick

 

Saudi Arabian says it tried to pump more crude oil in a bid to stabilize prices that have been a record high. The Saudi deputy oil minister says it's already prepared to meet demands of its customers. Its comments Saturday came a day before the world's major oil producers and consumers are together in Saudi Arabia for talks on a dramatic rise in crude oil prices. Saudi Arabia called for Sunday's meeting in Jeddah to address an energy crisis that has caused social and economic turmoil around the world. The Saudis are expected to formally announce a plan at the meeting to increase oil production by 200,000 barrels a day in July.

 

U.S.-based oil company Chevron says unidentified assailants have attacked one of its key oil supply pipelines in southern Nigeria, forcing a shutdown in crude production. Nigerian military officials say the attack took place late Thursday. Chevron confirmed the attack in a statement, saying it's shut off its onshore production following the pipeline breach to protect the environment.

 

President George Bush blamed Congressional Democrats for the nation's energy problems and called on lawmakers to lift the ban on offshore oil drilling to increase energy production. During his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush called on Congress to allow access to key offshore oil sites of earth banned drilling in the early 1980s. And he urged lawmakers to lift the ban to give the states the options of opening up their waters to drilling. "Americans are concerned about the high prices of gasoline. Everyone who commutes to work, purchases food, ships a product and takes a family vacation feels the burden of higher prices at the pump. Families across our country are looking into the Washington for a response. The fundamental problem behind high gas prices is that the supply of oil has not been kept up with the rising demands across the world. One obvious solution is for America to increase our domestic oil production."  Mr. Bush said Democrats are blocking energy proposals that would increase energy production and ease the burden of high energy costs struck in American families. Democratic lawmaker Nick Rahall said the president is rallying behind the oil industry by pushing for more exploration on Federal land including coastal areas. Rahall said President Bush's proposals will not bring the type of relief that Americans deserve.

 

A court in Zimbabwe has overturned the police ban on a rally by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change ahead of the presidential runoff election. The rally is the opposition's main event before the June 27th runoff between MDC leader Morgan Tvsangirai and President Robert Mugabe.

 

A series of roadside bombings are said to have killed at least 5 foreign troops through Afghanistan kept in a violent week in a war-torn nation. Tension has mounted between Afghanistan and Pakistan in the last week after Afghan President Hamid Karzai threatened to send troops into Pakistan to fight Taliban militants.

Iraqi police say a car bombing attack has killed three people and wounded at least ten in western Baghdad. Meanwhile, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki told sheikhs assembled in Karbala that improved security in the nation has prompted many companies to seek out investment opportunities in Iraq. VOA's Suzanne Presto has that story.

 

Prime Minister Maliki thanked the sheikhs for their support of Iraqi-led military operations throughout the country, including the current offensive to stop armed smugglers and militants in the southeastern city of Amarah. Mr. Malki said the support shows that tribal leaders are putting the needs of Iraq as a nation ahead of their own personal desires. The prime minister said security gains have lured investors back to Iraq. He emphasized that many companies are approaching the government in Baghdad to secure construction, electricity and oil contracts. He said these companies, especially those in the oil sector, had avoided investing in Iraq in recent years because of conflict and instability. Mr. Maliki said the government has granted 35 licenses to various oil companies that want to do business in Iraq because they demonstrated a belief in the secure future of the nation. Suzanne Presto, VOA news, Irbil.

 

The U.S. government plans to warn 7,000 businesses in the Untied States that they are considered high risk of terrorist targets because they house large amounts of chemicals. The Department of Homeland security said that, for security reasons, they will not reveal the list of businesses. But they include chemical plants, universities, hospitals and oil and gas production sites. The agency compiled the list after reviewing the information from about 32,000 facilities nationwide.

 

That's the look at the news of this hour. You get more any time if you have access to the internet. More news on the internet at voanews.com. I am John David Chadwick, VOA News.

 

 

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Broadcasting from the VOA News Center in Washington, I am John David Chadwick

 

Saudi Arabian says it tried to pump more crude oil in a bid to stabilize prices that have been hitting record highs. The Saudi deputy oil minister says it's already prepared to meet demands of its customers. Its comments Saturday came a day before the world's major oil producers and consumers are together in Saudi Arabia for talks on a dramatic rise in crude oil prices. Saudi Arabia called for Sunday's meeting in Jeddah to address an energy crisis that has caused social and economic turmoil around the world. The Saudis are expected to formally announce plans at the meeting to increase oil production by 200,000 barrels a day in July.

 

U.S.-based oil company Chevron says unidentified assailants have attacked one of its key oil supply pipelines in southern Nigeria, forcing a shutdown in crude production. Nigerian military officials say the attack took place late Thursday. Chevron confirmed the attack in a statement, saying it's shut off its onshore production following the pipeline breach to protect the environment.

 

President George Bush blamed Congressional Democrats for the nation's energy problems and called on lawmakers to lift the ban on offshore oil drilling to increase energy production. During his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush called on Congress to allow access to key offshore oil sites of earth where it banned drilling in the early 1980s. And he urged lawmakers to lift the ban to give the states the options of opening up their waters to drilling. "Americans are concerned about the high prices of gasoline. Everyone who commutes to work, purchases food, ships a product and takes a family vacation feels the burden of higher prices at the pump. Families across our country are looking into the Washington for a response. The fundamental problem behind high gas prices is that the supply of oil has not been kept up with the rising demands across the world. One obvious solution is for America to increase our domestic oil production."  Mr. Bush said Democrats are blocking energy proposals that would increase energy production and ease the burden of high energy costs struck in American families. Democratic lawmaker Nick Rahall said the president is rallying behind the oil industry by pushing for more exploration on Federal land including coastal areas. Rahall said President Bush's proposals will not bring the type of relief that Americans deserve.

 

A court in Zimbabwe has overturned the police ban on a rally by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change ahead of next week’s presidential runoff election. The rally is the opposition's main event before the June 27th runoff between MDC leader Morgan Tvsangirai and President Robert Mugabe.

 

A series of roadside bombings are said to have killed at least 5 foreign troops through Afghanistan kept in a violent week in a war-torn nation. Tension has mounted between Afghanistan and Pakistan in the last week after Afghan President Hamid Karzai threatened to send troops into Pakistan to fight Taliban militants.

Iraqi police say a car bombing attack has killed three people and wounded at least ten in western Baghdad. Meanwhile, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki told sheikhs assembled in Karbala that improved security in the nation has prompted many companies to seek out investment opportunities in Iraq. VOA's Suzanne Presto has that story.

 

Prime Minister Maliki thanked the sheikhs for their support of Iraqi-led military operations throughout the country, including the current offensive to stop armed smugglers and militants in the southeastern city of Amarah. Mr. Maliki said the support shows that tribal leaders are putting the needs of Iraq as a nation ahead of their own personal desires. The prime minister said security gains have lured investors back to Iraq. He emphasized that many companies are approaching the government in Baghdad to secure construction, electricity and oil contracts. He said these companies, especially those in the oil sector, had avoided investing in Iraq in recent years because of conflict and instability. Mr. Maliki said the government has granted 35 licenses to various oil companies that want to do business in Iraq because they demonstrated a belief in the secure future of the nation. Suzanne Presto, VOA news, Irbil.

 

The U.S. government plans to warn 7,000 businesses in the Untied States that they are considered high risk of terrorist targets because they house large amounts of chemicals. The Department of Homeland security said that, for security reasons, they will not reveal the list of businesses. But they include chemical plants, universities, hospitals and oil and gas production sites. The agency compiled the list after reviewing the information from about 32,000 facilities nationwide.

 

That's the look at the news of this hour. You get more any time if you have access to the internet. More news on the internet at voanews.com. I am John David Chadwick, VOA News.

 

 

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Broadcasting from the VOA News Center in Washington, I am John David Chadwick

 

Saudi Arabian says it tried to pump more crude oil in a bid to stabilize prices that have been hitting record highs. The Saudi deputy oil minister says it's already prepared to meet demands of its customers. Its comments Saturday came a day before the world's major oil producers and consumers are together in Saudi Arabia for talks on a dramatic rise in crude oil prices. Saudi Arabia called for Sunday's meeting in Jeddah to address an energy crisis that has caused social and economic turmoil around the world. The Saudis are expected to formally announce plans at the meeting to increase oil production by 200,000 barrels a day in July.

 

U.S.-based oil company Chevron says unidentified assailants have attacked one of its key oil supply pipelines in southern Nigeria, forcing a shutdown in crude production. Nigerian military officials say the attack took place late Thursday. Chevron confirmed the attack in a statement, saying it's shut off its onshore production following the pipeline breach to protect the environment.

 

President George Bush blamed Congressional Democrats for the nation's energy problems and called on lawmakers to lift the ban on offshore oil drilling to increase energy production. During his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush called on Congress to allow access to key offshore oil sites of earth where it banned drilling in the early 1980s. And he urged lawmakers to lift the ban to give the states the options of opening up their waters to drilling. "Americans are concerned about the high prices of gasoline. Everyone who commutes to work, purchases food, ships a product and takes a family vacation feels the burden of higher prices at the pump. Families across our country are looking into the Washington for a response. The fundamental problem behind high gas prices is that the supply of oil has not been kept up with the rising demands across the world. One obvious solution is for America to increase our domestic oil production."  Mr. Bush said Democrats are blocking energy proposals that would increase energy production and ease the burden of high energy costs struck in American families. Democratic lawmaker Nick Rahall said the president is rallying behind the oil industry by pushing for more exploration on Federal land including coastal areas. Rahall said President Bush's proposals will not bring the type of relief that Americans deserve.

 

A court in Zimbabwe has overturned the police ban on a rally by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change ahead of next week’s presidential runoff election. The rally is the opposition's main event before the June 27th runoff between MDC leader Morgan Tvsangirai and President Robert Mugabe.

 

A series of roadside bombings are said to have killed at least 5 foreign troops through Afghanistan, capping a violent week in the war-torn nation. Tension has mounted between Afghanistan and Pakistan in the last week after Afghan President Hamid Karzai threatened to send troops into Pakistan to fight Taliban militants.

 

Iraqi police say a car bombing attack has killed three people and wounded at least ten in western Baghdad. Meanwhile, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki told sheikhs assembled in Karbala that improved security in the nation has prompted many companies to seek out investment opportunities in Iraq. VOA's Suzanne Presto has that story.

 

Prime Minister Maliki thanked the sheikhs for their support of Iraqi-led military operations throughout the country, including the current offensive to stop arms smugglers and militants in the southeastern city of Amarah. Mr. Maliki said the support shows that tribal leaders are putting the needs of Iraq as a nation ahead of their own personal desires. The prime minister said security gains have lured investors back to Iraq. He emphasized that many companies are approaching the government in Baghdad to secure construction, electricity and oil contracts. He said these companies, especially those in the oil sector, had avoided investing in Iraq in recent years because of conflict and instability. Mr. Maliki said the government has granted 35 licenses to various oil companies that want to do business in Iraq because they demonstrated a belief in the secure future of the nation. Suzanne Presto, VOA news, Irbil.

 

The U.S. government plans to warn 7,000 businesses in the Untied States that they are considered high risk of terrorist targets because they house large amounts of chemicals. The Department of Homeland security said that, for security reasons, they will not reveal the list of businesses. But they include chemical plants, universities, hospitals and oil and gas production sites. The agency compiled the list after reviewing the information from about 32,000 facilities nationwide.

 

That's a look at the news of this hour. You get more any time if you have access to the internet. More news on the internet at voanews.com. I am John David Chadwick, VOA News.

 

Saudi Arabian says it tried to pump more crude oil in a bid to(企图) stabilize prices that has been hitting record highs. The Saudi deputy oil Minister says it already has prepared to meet the demands of its customers. It’s commence, Saturday came a day before the world’s major oil producers and consumers are together in Saudi Arabian for talks on the majority rise in crude oil prices. Saudi Arabia called for Sunday’s meeting in Jeddah to address an energy crisis that calls economic and social turmoil around the world. Saudi is expected to formally announce plans after the meeting to increase oil production by 200,000 barrels a day in July. US based oil company Chevron says an unidentified assailants has attacked one of its key oil supply pipelines in southern Nigeria, forcing a shut down in crude production. Nigerian military official the attack took place late Thursday. Chevron confirms the attack in a statement, saying that it shut off its onshore production following the pipeline breach to protect the environment.

 

President George Bush blamed Congressional Democrats for the nation energy problems, and called on lawmakers to lift the ban on offshore oil drilling to increase energy production. During his weekly radio address Mr. Bush called on Congress to allow access key offshore oil sites where banned drilling in the early 1980s. And he urged the lawmakers to lift the ban and give the states the option of opening up their waters to drilling.

 

“Americans are concerned about the high price of the gasoline. Everyone who commutes to work, purchases his food, ships product and takes family vacation feels the burden(负担) of higher prices at the pump. Families across our country are looking to Washington for response. The fundamental problem behind high gas prices is that supply oil has not kept up with the rising demands across the world. Well obvious solution is for America to increase our domestic oil production.”

 

Mr. Bush said Democrats are blocking energy proposals that would increase energy production at ease burden of high energy costs struck in American families. Democratic lawmaker Nick Rahall said the president is rallying behind the oil industry by pushing for more exploration on feudal land and including coast areas. Rahall said President Bush’s proposal would not bring the type of relief to Americans deserve.

 

A court in Zimbabwe has overturned a police ban on the rally by the opposition movement for democratic change ahead of next week presidential runoff election. The rally is the opposition’s main event before the June 27th runoff between MDC leader Morgan Tvsangirai and President Robert Mugabe.

 

 

A series of roadside bombings have killed at least 5 foreign troops through Afghanistan, capping a violent week in the war-torn nation. Tensions have mounted between Afghanistan and Pakistan in the last week after Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai threatened to send troops into Pakistan and fight Taliban militants.

 

Iraqi police say a car bombing attack has killed three wounded at least ten in western Bagdad. Meanwhile the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki told sheikhs assembled in Karbala that improved security in the nation has prompted many companies to seek out investment opportunities in Iraq.  VOA Susan has that story.

 

“Prime Minister Maliki thanked the sheikhs for their support of Iraqi-led military operations through out the country including the current offensive to stop arms smugglers and militants in southeastern city of Amarah. Mr. Maliki said the support shows that tribal leaders are putting the needs of Iraq as a nation ahead of their own personal desires. Prime Minister says security gains have lured investors back to Iraq. He emphasized that many companies are approaching the government in Bagdad to secure construction, electricity and oil contracts. He said these companies, especially those in the oil sector, had avoided investing in Iraq recent years because of the conflict and instability. Mr. Maliki said the government had granted 35 licenses to various oil companies that want to do business in Iraq, because they demonstrate the belief and secure future of the nation.”  Suzanne Presto, VOA news, Irbil.

 

 

The US government plans to warn 7,000 businesses in the United State that they are considered as high-risk terrorist target because they house large amounts of chemicals. The department of homeland security said for security reasons they will not reveal the list of businesses but they include chemical plants hospitals, universities and oil and gas production sides. The agencies compile the list after reviewing information for about 32,000 facilities nationwide. 

 

That’s the news of this hour you can get more any time if you have access to the internet more news on the internet at VOAnews. Com. I am John David Chadwick, VOA News.

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